Outside the Grand Tasting Pavilion at the Food & Wine Classic
American Express is giving more networking time to the more than 500 restaurant professionals attending its seminars during the upcoming Food & Wine Classic in Aspen as it stacks fewer sessions with a more concentrated group of talent. “Each of the panels have such big names to them, we wanted to give people more time to enjoy the classic and have the business meetings they need top have,” American Express Company director of corporate affairs and communications William ...
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